The Price Center for Social Innovation engages in a number of long-term initiatives that advance our work in social innovation. Learn more about these initiatives below.
Homelessness Policy Research Institute
The Homelessness Policy Research Institute serves as a forum for scholars and policymakers to convene and collaborate around homelessness research in Los Angeles County. The Homelessness Policy Research Institute is a partnership with Home for Good and was established with a leadership gift from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.Read More »
Tomas Rivera Policy Institute
The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute works to address the challenges and opportunities of demographic diversity in the 21st century global city. The Tomas Rivera Policy Institute produces original research, student activities, and policy solutions. Policy focus areas include: Latinos and the criminal justice system, civic engagement and capacity building among immigrant-serving organizations, and demographic change in major metropolitan regions of the United States.Read More »
Neighborhood Data for Social Change
The Neighborhood Data for Social Change (NDSC) platform is a user-friendly digital tool that provides access to reliable, aggregated data the neighborhood level. The platform allows local governments, nonprofit organizations and the public to better incorporate data into their local programs and policies.Visit Website